Plugin to the future of analysis

When you imagine where you want your research to go, rest assured, FlowJo is working on ways to help you get there. We are constantly innovating and collaborating with industry experts to ensure our plugin upgrades help your research stay ahead of the curve.*

Recent releases:

FitSNE: Fast Fourier Transform-accelerated Interpolation-based t-SNE, aka “FitSNE”. A new dimensionality reduction algorithm based on the tSNE method, this plugin runs with both FlowJo and SeqGeq. The new technique improves speed and performance of the tSNE mapping calculations. Developed by Linderman et. al.

ALRA: Adaptively-thresholded Low Rank Approximation (ALRA) is an algorithm designed for dropout imputation, developed by the Kluger Lab using a low-rank approximation technique.

V(D)J Explorer: TCR / BCR sequencing data analysis is now made possible by a new plugin, the V(D)J Explorer! This tool allows researchers to explore B Cell and T Cell clonotype diversity in SeqGeq where V(D)J sequencing meta-information is available. Produces new visualizations and filters clonotype specific sub-populations for incredible depth of analysis.

PhenoGraph: A clustering algorithm that automatically groups data into subpopulations, and was developed by J. Levine et al.

UMAP: Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection (UMAP) is a machine learning algorithm used for dimensionality reduction to visualize high parameter datasets in a two dimensional space, an alternative to the very popular and widely used tSNE algorithm. The bioinformatics tool was developed by McInnes and Healy.

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*Plugins extend the functionality and power of FlowJo, which may be developed by 3rd-party developers  or by our team.